The FAO Library was initiated upon the foundation of the Organization in 1945 in Washington, D.C.
It was moved to the new FAO headquarters in Rome in 1951 and merged with the library of the International Institute of Agriculture (IIA). On 10 June 1952, the Library was officially opened and named the David Lubin Memorial Library "in honour of the man whose ideas and energy had led to the creation of the IIA". Today the Library contains over 1 million FAO and non FAO documents, special and digital collections, on all FAO topics, sustaining FAO as a knowledge organization.
Import FAO Library records directly into your EndNote lists
EndNote Online is a bibliographic reference organizer and writing solution for FAO employees. It is accessible through the Web of Science (WOS) and helps you to collect and keep track of your references and easily insert them into your research documents as in-text and endnotes in, among others, the FAO citation style.
Apart from saving your WOS results in EndNote, you can now also search the FAO Library catalog within EndNote and add its records to your EndNote library.